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I would also ask this question. I know that Rand is much more relaxed than many in the GOP and other opponents of marriage equality, however, he still argues against legalized gay marriage, in principle. He will not loose my support over this as he agrees that it should be left to the states and want's to abolish the IRS anyway and would presumably enforce contracts. However, Ron's position on this issue is much better and is consistent with my understanding of liberty. If he agrees with his father, that government should not be involved with marriage, then why doesn't he say so? Is he just pandering?

"When I say liberty I do not simply mean what is referred to as 'free enterprise.' I mean liberty of the individual to think his own thoughts and live his own life as he desires to think and to live..." - Robert A. Taft